European Youth Meeting in Kamenka, Czech Republic

first_img Dear Shiva, To apply you should send an e-mail to [email protected] where you ask for information.They will send you the documents with details and the application form. 2 thoughts on “European Youth Meeting in Kamenka, Czech Republic” June 15, 2010 Published by Site Default Deadline: 12/07/2010Culture Goes Europe is organising an European Youth Meeting in Kamenka, Czech Republic. It will be held from August 22nd till the 25th 2010.The meeting is open for all young people who are interested to meet their peers from other countries and to have some fun, to gain new skills you might need while doing EVS (European Voluntary Service), to share your EVS experience with others or just to learn what is EVS and what are possibilities for doing EVS.What to expectKamenka is a beautiful touristic place with lovely nature and with a lot of possibilities for leisure activities, picnics, excursions, and sport. Swimming in the lake, sleeping in a quarry, fun in Heipark are all planned in the programm. Here you can check about Kamenka.Beside having fun and enjoying the nature there’s a rich agenda that will includetraining skills, different workshops and everything you need to know about EVS. Also, if anybodyneeds help with their EVS project, there will be  special workshops where you can learn how todevelop your project (from project writing to project coordination).So what can you expect from this meeting:Meeting new friendsEnjoying the natureImproving your skillsLearning about EVSHow to reach KamenkaKamenka is 350 km east from Prague, 480 km south-east of Dresden and 200 km west from Krakow.CSE will give you some helpful links to find the easiest and cheapest way to get there.FacebookThere’s a Facebook group where you can connect with other young people who areplanning to participate and to plan your trip together.CostsParticipation fee is 15 EUR (paid by arrival) and is including food and accommodation.This does not cover the travel costs.Click here to see the accommodation in Kamenka.How to applyTo apply you should send an e-mail to [email protected] where you ask for information.They will send you the documents with details and the application form.The application deadline is the 12th of july.Click here for the official website. Tweet Pocket +1 on June 18, 2010 at 12:06 pm Similar Stories ← PhD: School of Film and Television Studies, UK By Shiva Thapaliya says: The Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence LinkedIn 0 how can we take part in this programee. will u pls send me the process Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Share 0 By Mladiinfo says: Log in to Reply Log in to Reply European Youth Meeting in Kamenka, Czech Republic on June 17, 2010 at 5:17 pm Government Scholarships for MA and PhD from Developing Countries in the Czech Republic Open Society Foundation Building Social Base Grant 2019 Reddit International Youth Conference, Macedonia →last_img read more

Norwich partners with Fluid Education to market its online programs globally

first_imgNorwich University,Vermont Business Magazine Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) announced a partnership with Fluid Education Inc, one of the newest and fastest growing education services companies in the nation, to provide program and business development, marketing, and recruiting services globally for its online undergraduate and select graduate level programs.“With the rapid growth in online education and a changing economy, Norwich is positioned to deliver relevant, new online bachelor and master degree programs to the marketplace,” notes Vice President and Dean of the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies William Clements. “Our new partnership with Fluid Education will expand the Norwich brand and online education offerings to new markets around the world and add incremental expertise in marketing and enrollment management.”“We are extremely excited to partner with Norwich University,” notes CEO of Fluid Education Chad Williamson. “Norwich has a long and rich history of serving its students and providing high quality education at a phenomenal price. We intend to help Norwich broaden its brand awareness and reach to learners across the country and around the world.”For more information about this partnership, please contact CGCS Associate Vice President of Marketing and Enrollment Management Mark Sullivan at [email protected](link sends e-mail).About Fluid Education Inc.Fluid Education is a purpose-driven education services organization focused on creating accelerated access to education. We partner with universities and organizations to help them recruit, develop, and educate their greatest resources – their people. The leadership team at Fluid Education has over 20 years of experience creating and implementing growth strategies that help universities recruit, engage, and retain high-quality students. Learn more at http://www.fluidedu.com/about/(link is external)About Norwich UniversityNorwich University is a diversified academic institution that educates traditional-age students and adults in a Corps of Cadets and as civilians. Norwich offers a broad selection of traditional and distance-learning programs culminating in Baccalaureate and Graduate Degrees. Norwich University was founded in 1819 by Captain Alden Partridge of the U.S. Army and is the oldest private military college in the United States of America. Norwich is one of our nation’s six senior military colleges and the birthplace of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC). www.norwich.edu(link is external)Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) builds upon the institution’s 200-year academic heritage with innovative online programs. CGCS offers master’s degrees in a variety of areas; bachelor’s degree completion programs; graduate certificates; and continuing education opportunities. The programs are recognized throughout the industry for their rigor, small class size, high student satisfaction and retention. online.norwich.edu(link is external)Source: NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Norwich University 6.3.2020last_img read more

Anchor Point Woman Arrested For Assault, Trespass, Indecent Exposure

first_imgTroopers responded to the report of a disturbance on Dorothy Drive in Anchor Point at 9:40pm Monday, finding that 30-year-old Mary Kate Field was at the house “uninvited and refusing to leave.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享An Anchor Point woman was arrested Monday after Alaska State Troopers say she was trespassing, refused to leave, stripped naked, and challenged an officer to a fight. While the Trooper tried to arrest Field, the officer says she actively fought him and attempted to strangle him. Field is accused of then commanding her dogs to attack the Trooper and the homeowner. Field was reportedly on a back porch banging on a door. She refused to leave when a Trooper asked and instead “stripped naked and challenged the Trooper to a fight.” The Trooper and the homeowner sustained non-life threatening bites to their extremities. Field was finally taken into custody and remanded to the Homer Jail with charges of:Assault 3 (3 counts)Resisting arrestIndecent exposureDisorderly conductCriminal trespasslast_img read more

Another delicious recipe to try this weekend!

first_img 9 May 2020, 10:00 Another delicious recipe to try this weekend! Tags: Chivers, eventing, Flapjack, Irish Senior Eventing Team, Recipe, Sport Ireland Related news stories Home  »  General  »  Another delicious recipe to try this weekend! center_img Method:Preheat oven to 160 degree Celsius & line a baking tray with baking parchmentIn a large pan, melt the butter, sugar and syrup over a medium heat.Add the oats, cinnamon and dried fruit of choice, and stir to coat them with the melted mixture.Bake in your preheated oven for 15-20 minutes until golden brown.Slice into squares while still hot & leave to cool in tray.Why not add a layer of Chivers Jam to the middle of your flapjacks for a sweet surprise?!Nutrition per square: 160kcal, 20g carbs, 8g fats, 1.8g protein (excluding Chivers Jam) If you had a go making the nutritious porridge bread and scones last weekend then give these flapjacks a try! Don’t forget to add in a spoonful of Chivers jam for an extra treat!Chivers – Sponsors of the Irish Senior Eventing Team Ingredients:  (Makes 16 squares)250g Oats130g butter130g brown sugar2 tbsp golden syrup1 tsp CinnamonHandful of dried fruit (I use sultanas) 3 May 2020, 14:00 Something different to try this bank holiday weekend!last_img read more

Watch Helen Mirren Put a Sexist Reporter in His Place . . . In 1975

first_imgThere are so many things that make HELEN MIRREN awesome.  Like a video that’s going around showing Helen putting a sexist TV journalist in his place . . . back in 1975.This sounds like the kind of thing that young actresses like Jennifer Lawrence and Kristen Stewart are starting to do NOW . . . but Helen was doing it 40 FRICKIN’ YEARS AGO.  Because she’s just a BOSS.The guy starts out by quoting critics who talk mostly about her LOOKS . . . including one who said she projects “sluttish eroticism.”  When he asked if that bothered her, she said no.But she also said it doesn’t flatter her.  Then he said, “You are IN QUOTES a serious actress.”  And she replied, “What do you mean, ‘in quotes?’  How dare you.”Then he asked if her “equipment” or her “physical attributes” keep her from being taken seriously.  She said, quote, “Because serious actresses can’t have big bosoms, is that what you mean?”When he said it could detract from her performance, she said, quote, “I would hope that the performance and the play and the living relationship between all the people on the stage and all the people in the audience overcome such boring questions.”last_img read more

New indices open up African markets

first_imgSAinfo reporter “Providing investors worldwide with access to the African continent is an important part of the JSE’s total Africa strategy, which also includes collaboration with other African exchanges and offering issuers the opportunity to dual list on our Africa Board,” said JSE CEO Russell Loubser in a company statement this week. Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material Both indices are designed to be representative of the markets covered and the weighting of any single country is capped at 40% of the indices. To ensure the indices remain representative, the constituent companies will be reassessed on a quarterly basis. The FTSE/JSE All Africa 40 Index will consist of the top 40 companies by market capitalisation from Egypt, Cote d’Ivoire, Kenya, Morocco, Mauritius, Nigeria, South Africa and Tunisia while the FTSE/JSE All Africa ex South Africa 30 Index will consist of the top 30 companies by market capitalisation from Egypt, Cote d’Ivoire, Kenya, Morocco, Mauritius, Nigeria and Tunisia. “By partnering to form these indices, FTSE and the JSE are improving the visibility of the high quality companies that exist across the continent. The JSE hopes that this will benefit all exchanges, raising their profiles and thereby enhancing the capital raising opportunities for their issuers.” Representative indices The JSE and global index provider FTSE Group have launched the FTSE/JSE All Africa 40 Index and the FTSE/JSE All Africa ex South Africa 30 Index, both of which are suitable for the creation of financial products, such as index funds warrants, certificates and exchange traded funds. “These indices are further evidence of FTSE’s and JSE’s commitment to continue providing innovative solutions to investors both in South Africa and worldwide.” “Interest in African equities is on the rise both from international and domestic investors,” said FTSE Group Europe, Middle East and Africa MD Imogen Dillon Hatcher. “Today’s launch is part of FTSE’s strategy to provide institutional investors with an accurate benchmark as well as serve as the basis for innovative investment products.” 6 October 2008last_img read more

10 months agoWatford midfielder Doucoure: I grew up supporting PSG

first_imgWatford midfielder Doucoure: I grew up supporting PSGby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWatford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure admits he grew up supporting PSG.The Frenchman is being linked with a move to PSG this month.And he told RMC: “As a child, if I supported PSG? Yes, Paris has always been my heart club, I grew up in the Yvelines les Mureaux, so it’s my heart club and necessarily, every time I come back to Paris, it’s a pleasure to see my team again and my friends.”So inevitably Paris Saint Germain holds an important place in my heart.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

Kristen Bell Helps Fight Child Hunger With Nutrition Bar

first_imgWhat if your favorite fruit and nut bar was not just a midday snack, but was also a meal for a hungry child across the globe? Well now, it can be!Video: Celebrity Kristen Bell Creates ‘This Bar Saves Lives’ to End World HungerWhen Hollywood actors Todd Grinnell, Ryan Devlin and Ravi Patel visited Liberia, they were heartbroken by the poverty they encountered. In fact, the epidemic is so severe that one child dies of malnourishment once every 12 seconds. Upon their return, they knew they had to take action. They decided to jump on the ‘buy one, give one’ band wagon and create a healthy, nutritious fruit and nut bar.With the purchase of this new snack, a child in need on the other side of the world receives a food bar, jam packed full of the nutrients required to nurse them back to health. This Bar Saves Lives eventually attracted the attention of A-list celebrities like Kristen Bell. By the end of the year, the co-founders hope to sell one million bars, giving helpless families across the world a chance at life!last_img read more

Arif Virani Preserving and protecting endangered Indigenous languages

first_imgAPTN Face To Face Nearly, three-quarters of all Indigenous languages are endangered in Canada.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has vowed to preserve, protect and revitalize Indigenous languages.Member of Parliament Arif Virani has been tasked with ensuring that happens.As the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Canadian Heritage, Virani is currently taking part in meetings with Indigenous languages practitioners, experts and community members as he works to help implement the Indigenous Languages Act.last_img read more